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Friday, November 25, 2011

Pasto, I miss you already!

Friday, November 25, 2011

To Our Fellow Infidels

As most of you know by now, Pastorius, one of the founders of this blog, has decided to take a hiatus from blogging to pursue other projects.

After 7 or 8 years of this I can't blame him and everyone here wishes him the best.

That said, it leaves a bit of a gap in our coverage that we are sorting out.

Always on Watch, Epaminondas and I are all struggling to stay afloat personally one way or another. This may not be our day job but we often tend to think of it as such and try to keep up and keep current but that is not always possible. Fortunately we have great contributors like Avi Green, Grant Jones, Citizen Warrior, Dag, Jason Pappas, Christine, Ray Boyd, rumcrook, Culturist John, Sonic Charmer, Claudia and many others helping us out.

One thing is clear, the message at Infidel Bloggers Allaince has not changed. To warn whoever will listen (and beat into submission those who won't) about the dangers of radical Islam.


The Truth is not that simple.

Our world is changing in ways few would have thought about 5 years ago.

And Global Warming has NOTHING to do with it.

Europe is on the edge of a collapse like we saw in the 20's. It seems Germany is trying to flex it's financial muscle to provide bailouts for Greece and Italy and Spain et al in exchange for a do it our way or the highway deal. The people's of these nations are less than amused by this. I won't say it will lead to another European war but I won't say it won't either.

The MENA region is aflame and changing daily. Most of these changes are not for the better despite what the media says. Egypt is in revolt again. The Muslim Brotherhood is trying to take over there, in Libya, possibly in Yemen. Syria is on the brink of open revolution and Assad cannot be assured of his place much longer short of the mst brutal of crackdowns that would make what's happening now look like a schoolyard fight. And Hezbollah is threatening to take Beirut if Assad falls.

The conflict with Iran is heating up, Israel threatening to attack, the U.S. threatening to write a harshly worded letter etc.

North Korea is still an erratic entity. China is trying to take over the manufacturing world but may be having it's own financial instability.

And of course there is the current shenanigans in our own country. Whether it's an absentee president, a do nothing Congress (all of which need to go and the sooner the better) our crashing economy (oh yes it is) crushing unemployment Occupy loons Union goons or DHS moer concerned with turkey fryers than helping the NYPD with a terror suspect building pipe bombs on his mother's sofa.

And all of it ties together to present a picture of a world seemingly unraveling.

Radical Islam is neither the author nor the heart of this but it is there nevertheless and will try to exploit any chink in the armor it can.

Two of the great things established early at IBA were the ability to comment largely (almost completely) without censorship and not asking for donations as so many other blogs do.

None of that changes.

It does mean, however, that we need to do that other offline stuff that helps us pay the bills and keep the families fed which keeps us from posting here as much as we'd like.

We may not be able to cover all of it but we will cover as much as we can. Whether it's the latest Islamic atrocity or the latest idiocy and disconnect from D.C.

Thanks for reading all this time and keep coming back.

We're not going anywhere.

Just sorting it out.
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Monday, November 21, 2011

11 dead in Tahrir Sq. !...

: No comment......RT a photo of a doctor crying beside a body of a victim he couldn't save his life.
Is this the beginning of a new "Domino effect"?...  

Friday, November 18, 2011

Egypt Military - Is CONSTITUTION!

Mubarak Regime: Redux

In the early days of the Egyptian uprising—when violence threatened to engulf the country—the military did an admirable job of maintaining order without violence and easing Hosni Mubarak out of office. Ten months later, it has emerged as the most serious threat in the transition to democracy. Recent announcements leave no doubt that the military indeed rules Egypt—and it intends to maintain its control indefinitely.

The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has revived the idea of adopting a set of supra-constitutional principles that will be binding on the one-hundred member commission that will draft the country’s new constitution. The concept was first floated in the early summer by presidential candidate Mohamed ElBaradei and became the focus of an acrimonious debate for several months in the summer before dwindling off for a period.

While the Muslim Brotherhood and the most liberal among secular parties such as al-Ghad and Karama opposed this arrangement as undemocratic, most secularists seemed to support it on the naïve assumption that supra-constitutional principles would prevent Islamists from proclaiming an Islamist republic even if they won legislative elections by a landslide.

With the clear support of the SCAF, Deputy Prime Minister Ali al-Selmi has unilaterally issued a draft of these supra-constitutional principles. This document shows that the military is simply imposing its peculiar version of democracy, heavily laced with military control, and completely disregards any attempt to build a true consensus around shared values. One of the binding principles contained within is that the military (and the military budget) will remain free of civilian oversight. It also states that if the constitutional commission does not approve a new constitution within six months, the SCAF will name a new one of its own choosing. As an extra guarantee, the SCAF issued new rules regarding the composition of the commission: it will comprise only twenty elected members of parliament, with the remaining members chosen (unclear by whom) from the ranks of judges, university professors, the Coptic Church, al-Azhar University, labor unions, and an array of other mostly-government-controlled organizations. And should the proposed constitution contain articles that contravene the SCAF’s constitutional declarations, the commission will have to revise them or the supreme constitutional court will issue a binding judgment. The only possible conclusion from this is that the military intends to have both the first and the final word on the constitution.

The choice in Egypt is not one between a military dictatorship and a Taliban-type government, as some so-called liberals claim. It is between another Mubarak-type regime and the principles that people fought for in the Egyptian streets. 

Several factors have encouraged Egypt’s slide toward military rule. The first is the old fear that Islamist parties will do well in the elections scheduled to start on November 28. This will probably be the case, as in Tunisia, where the Islamist party Ennahda received about 40 percent of the vote; the Muslim Brotherhood and its affiliated Freedom and Justice Party are highly organized and disciplined, while secular parties are fragmented and have failed to invest in organizing. Indeed, it is quite possible that Ennahda’s success has strengthened the Egyptian military’s resolve not to allow an elected body to have any impact on the constitution.

But a second, and in many ways more disturbing, factor is the collusion with the military of many of Egypt’s “liberal” parties and self-proclaimed champions of democracy—who have greeted the SCAF’s latest announcements with approval. The Wafd Party has accepted the proclamations, with only muted reservations about the rejection of civilian oversight over the military. The Free Egyptians Party has declared its agreement with the bulk of the proposals. So also did virtually all liberal parties other than al-Ghad and Karama, which remain in an alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood.  Indeed, from the liberals’ point of view, the only controversial issue in al-Selmi’s proposal was embedding in supra-constitutional principles the absence of civilian oversight over the military and its budget. In response, al-Selmi later declared that offending clause would be deleted, although he did not suggest the opposite: that civilian oversight should be made into a supra-constitutional principle. Remarkably, the only voices that unequivocally condemn the SCAF’s new pronouncements are those of the Islamist parties, the April 6 Movement, and presidential candidate Mohamed ElBaradei.

There is no doubt that Egypt is moving back to a Mubarak-type regime: a strong military aided and abetted by secular politicians whose idea of democracy is that they should govern. The choice in Egypt is not one between a military dictatorship and a Taliban-type government, as some so-called liberals claim. It is between another Mubarak-type regime and the principles that people fought for in the Egyptian streets.

Friday, November 11, 2011

I'm not blaming YOU - @HDBosnjak!

The Bosnian Muslim Army Allah Hu Akbar
This video is a response to:-
See also :-
The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin Husseini was an ally of Hitler and Nazi Germany, he also was the leader of the Palestinian Arabs.
Today we see the rhetoric on Arab Media as what took place on Nazi News Reels and radio prior and during world war two.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

If only 1% of this is true...

Friday, 4 November 2011
Background video From December 2010
Hashim Thaci will not file a legal claim against Swiss politician Dick Marty who wrote a Council of Europe report linking the Kosovo prime minister to organ trafficking in the 1990s, media reported on Thursday.

Thaci "does not want to influence the (independent) investigation opened by US prosecutor John Clint Williamson," Kosovo deputy prime minister Hajredin Kuci told local media.

Prosecutor Williamson heads up a working group set up by the European Union's EULEX rule of law mission in Kosovo to investigate the claims made in Marty's report.

In the report, Marty said that members of Thaci's Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) guerilla forces set up prison camps for Serbs and Kosovo Albanians accused of collaborating with Serbs on Albanian soil during and right after the 1998-99 conflict.

In some cases it is alleged that prisoners were killed and their organs harvested to be sold on the international black market. Marty, from the liberal FPD, writes that the group within the KLA carrying out the alleged crimes was closely linked to Thaci.

The Kosovo prime minister has always denied the charged and earlier threatened Marty with legal action.

All rapeists in Oslo are MUZOIDS!

Police Report: All Assault Rapists in Oslo Follow Muhammad

Norway’s police issues report with amazing statistic:
all assault rapes in Oslo in 2010 were perpetrated by Muslims
By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 6/23/2011, 8:20 PM / Last Update: 6/23/2011, 9:43 PM

Israel news photo: Flash 90
Defenders of Islam call it a "religion of peace" but many Norwegian women are learning that Islam is the religion of rape. According to an amazing police report released there this month, every single solved case of assault-rape in the country in 2010 was carried out by a Muslim immigrant.

The report was cited by an official Norwegian television station, which interviewed a victim who said that her rapist explained to her that his religion permits him to rape her.
According to the police report there was a total of 186 of known rape cases in 2010. These fall into various categories, the largest one of which is assault-rape, carried out by sheer physical force, of which there were 86 cases. In 83 of these cases the perpetrator could be identified by the victim. In all 83, the attacker was described as having "non-western appearance," a laundered euphemism for Muslim immigrants from Africa, the Middle East, or Asia.
In other categories of rape there were Norwegian attackers as well, but they were still in the minority (Note: the translation of the Norwegian TV report embedded here does not make a distiction between "assault rape" and other forms of rape, and appears to confuse the statistics for 2010 with those for 2006-2010). 
A female police officer who commented on the report explained that “Many of the perpetrators who commit these rapes are on the edge of society often unemployed, arriving from traumatized countries. In the past five years it has often been asylum seekers.”
The problem is not new. A report in Aftenposten in 2001 said: “While 65 percent of those charged with rape are classed as coming from a non-western background, this segment makes up only 14.3 percent of Oslo's population. Norwegian women were the victims in 80 percent of the cases.”
“In other words,” says the New American, “Muslims from Africa and other benighted Third World places are targeting Western women for rape.” It elaborates:
“In 2005, the blogger Fjordman reported on a similar rape wave in Sweden. A crime prevention study that year reported that Algerians, Libyans, Moroccans, and Tunisians ‘dominate the group of rape suspects,’ he reported. The same year, the newspaper Aftonbladet reported that nearly half of all rapists were immigrants.”
Yehuda Bello, an Israeli blogger who is well-acquainted with Norwegian culture, noted the report and claimed that Norwegians are a culture that suffers from “extreme boredom” due to the presence of huge oil reserves, and are thus inordinately interested in multiculturalism and assorted “human rights” campaigns.
They are also traditionally anti-Semitic, he believes. As a result their politicians and press are focused on Israel’s actions in Shechem (Nablus) and Hevron and choose to ignore Muslim misdeeds – be they in Iran, Syria, or in Norway itself.
Despite this, he reports, the Muslim rape campaign has become so terrible that even Norwegians have begun to recognize the reality around them, and in recent months there have been protests where the slogan was “Muslims out!”.

Friday, November 4, 2011

"Niggas" are SPARE PARTS!...

Refugees face organ theft in the Sinai

El Arish, Egypt, November 3, 2011  (CNN) — Bedouin smugglers involved in people trafficking are also believed to be stealing organs from refugees who are unable to pay their demands for large amounts of cash to take them into Israel.

The New Generation Foundation for Human Rights and the Every One Group, from Italy, have presented evidence that the bodies of African refugees have been found in the Sinai desert with organs missing.

Read the first part of our coverage on the plight of refugees in the Sinai The Sawarka Bedouin tribe, one of the largest in the Sinai, was named by one Bedouin source as being involved in organ thefts.

A Sawarka leader said he was aware that people trafficking was going on in Sinai and that in some cases refugees were held in bonded labor and tortured. But he added only rogue elements of his tribe were involved.

According to rights groups, refugees — from places like Ethiopia, Eritrea or Sudan — are enslaved and tortured and the women raped if they cannot come up with the large sums of money the Bedouin try to extort from them and their families to smuggle them into Israel.

Among Bedouin leaders in the Sinai, no one was willing to speak openly about the organ theft. Tribal leaders said they knew nothing about it or had only heard rumors.

But Hamdy Al-Azazy, head of New Generation Foundation, has photos showing corpses with distinctive scars in the abdominal area. All the photos were taken in a morgue in the Egyptian port town of El Arish after the bodies were brought there.

Al-Azazy says the organs are taken from refugees while they are still alive. “The organs are not useful if they’re dead. They drug them first and remove their organs, then leave them to die and dump them in a deep dry well along with hundreds of bodies.”

He says he was once taken to the area where the bodies are dumped after the organ removal process.

He says he believes corrupt Egyptian doctors are working with the Bedouins, coming to Sinai with mobile hospital units to perform the operations to remove especially corneas, livers and kidneys.

“Mobile clinics using advanced technology come from a private hospital in Cairo to an area in the deserts of Mid-Sinai and conduct physicals on the Africans before they choose those suitable, then they conduct the operation,” Al-Azazy said.

CNN showed some of the photos of the dead to Dr. Fakhry Saleh, the former head of Cairo’s forensic department and an expert on the illegal organ trade.

“There are two kinds of scars. One is from a postmortem autopsy and one from surgery,” Saleh said, pointing to a scar that he says came from an operation that must have been performed shortly before the person died.

According to Saleh, the operation was conducted no more than 48 hours before death, indicated by the freshness of the scars.Furthermore, all the scars are in the area of the liver and kidney.

“They are good stitches in the area of the liver and the kidney,” Saleh said while
examining the photos on a laptop. Organs are not useful if they’re dead. They drug them first and remove their organs, then leave them to die.

Rights campaigner Hamdy Al-Azazy While Saleh says he has never heard of organ theft involving African refugees, he says it seems highly probable that the scars on the bodies comefrom organ removal.“They could open you up, take it out and just let you die.

The mafia does not care whether you live or die. When they cut you open, it would be very painful, so they would give you anesthesia,” Saleh later said.Saleh has done extensive research on the illegal organ business in Egypt, which preys on poor people.

The World Health Organization in a recent report called Egypt a regional hub for the trade.An investigation headed by Saleh found illegal organ trafficking to be one of the most profitable criminal activities.

“Organ trade is the second most profitable trade behind only weapons trade,” he said. “It brings in more money than drug dealing and prostitution.”

One Bedouin tribal chief did put CNN in touch with a Bedouin who used to be involved in people smuggling and who was close to the organ theft scheme. The source spoke on condition of anonymity but offered insights into the scheme.

“The doctors deal directly with the Sawarka family, and they buy the organs starting from $20,000,” the source said in a phone interview.

He offered further details of the logistics required to keep the organs fresh for the transplant into their new owners’ bodies: “The doctors come with some sort of mobile fridge where the organs can be stored for six to eight hours and resold in Cairo or elsewhere.”

The source claimed doctors from Cairo are involved in the organ theft, a claim that has proved impossible to verify. “It’s like spare parts for cars,” the Bedouin, who later agreed to meet one member of the CNN crew in person, said sarcastically toward the end of the interview.

A second Bedouin, who also refused to be identified, later gave a similar account. The police general in charge of security in Northern Sinai tells CNN that his forces are aware that organ trafficking and theft are going on in their area of operations but that the authorities have not identified who is behind the schemes.